Les Loosemore DPAGB, ARPS,AWPF

29/04/2021 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

This evening, Les will show us some of his AV’s including amongst other topics, waterfalls, various sports and autumn and winter landscapes.

The topics chosen doe this presentation are:-

Various Sports
Winter landscapes
Kenya Railway Workshops
Autumnal Scotland
Sydney Opera House

Les Loosemore ARPS, AWPF, DPAGB – Fotospeed

Biography – Les Loosemore ARPS AWPF DPAGB

Les took up serious photography as a hobby around the year 2000, having spent much of his adult life (outside of a full working career) with a keen interest in Association Football and Professional Road Race Cycling.

Having played competitive football for 10 Years or so, a serious injury forced his early retirement from playing. He then decided to take up refereeing at the age of 27. After more than 25 years as a referee and assessor (having officiated in Europe and twice at the old Wembley Stadium), Les started to photograph his two sporting loves.

The early sports photography then broadened into many other genres, including nature, landscapes and travel, to name a few. Complimentary to photography, Les is also a Fotospeed Sponsored Photographer, travelling the UK giving Print Presentations to camera clubs and other kindred organisations. This is also in addition to Les travelling a similar circuit as a recognised Photography Judge.

Les Loosemore is a Fotospeed www.fotospeed.com Sponsored Photographer. Les travels extensively throughout the UK, presenting his Prints, all printed on a range of Fotospeed Papers, also printing using Fotospeed Quality Inks System.

To book a Print Presentation, please contact Les on fotocall@sky.com for details of a comprehensive selection of Printed Images. Due to the Covid 19 situation, all Printed Titles are available through Digital Zoom Technology. This Zoom service is available, totally free of charge, through the Fotospeed Photographers initiative and sponsorship.

August 2020

Jo Humberstone

I've always had an interest in photography, starting too many years ago than I care to remember. I have a variety of cameras in working order ~ pinhole, medium format, 35mm and digital. With working full time, there never seems to be enough free time to properly indulge in using them. 10 years or so ago, I took my first (and only!) "A" level ~ in photography. I was the only one on the course to only do darkroom work throughout. My own preferences lie with film and alternative processes ~ Digital is fine for most things, but for me it hasn't got as much "soul"! I enjoy sloshing around with various chemicals and I enjoy the unpredictability of some of the results. Having said that, I am happy to rise to the challenge of digital work and manipulating images for competitions and suchlike when time permits.

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